Steps to create a strong reporting culture

In this full-day interactive workshop, we’ll explore the psychology of error management and how leaders can harness these insights to address underreporting in their business.

Accurate and timely reporting of safety incidents is a crucial component of a positive safety culture. These invaluable learning opportunities allow us to adapt, make improvements and prevent future injury. But with recent Australian data indicating that on average, 31% of incidents go unreported and in some organisations this figure rises as high as 53%, it’s clear that what you don’t know can hurt you.

Session Outcomes

  • Explore insights from a global research study of 12,460 participants across industry
  • Understand the three key drivers of underreporting and the risks to your business
  • Identify what ‘good’ error management looks like
  • Explore the psychology of error management and leadership and how these influence reporting culture
  • Learn strategies for fostering a positive error management culture in your business

Instead of just being an informational session, we’ve designed this workshop to be interactive, highly practical and outcome driven, ensuring that you’ll leave the session with key strategies that you can implement from the moment you step out the door.

In order to give you the personalised support you need to start driving positive change across your organisation, we’ve had to keep spaces limited— so early registration is highly encouraged.

Masterclass Details

Date: Wednesday 18th March, 2020
Location: W Hotel, Brisbane
Program start: 8:00am
Program end: 4:00pm

Cost: $500 + GST (Morning Tea, Lunch, Afternoon Tea and all Program Materials included)

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* This masterclass requires a minimum of 12 participants. If minimum numbers are not met, this event may be rescheduled or refunded.


W Hotel, 81 N Quay, Brisbane

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